Yup, I finished my three seasons of Arrested Development way ahead of schedule. i am ready for Season Four which opens on Netflix tomorrow night with 15 new episodes. can't wait.
I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear. Joan Didion
Wish I had exciting developments in the studio this weekend, but not really. I promised you the book I've been working on so here that is~cover, (picture will be updated to show binding more clearly)
inside page, one out of 60
And the rest of my 'Arrested Development' tv time I've been knitting. I got in touch with the yarn company and they have to reorder my 11 skeins of linen yarn which has to come from California and they are apparently slow to ship. She had to go do tracking to get the message from UPS, wasn't notified by them even. At least I will get my order at some point, I hope.
__________________________Sure wish I had a BBQ to go to.___________________________
Some Memorial Weekend Stuff You Need to See!
First, a bunch of art made from odd materials:
(ed: I LOVE these!)
The new piece displayed in the Clay Glass Metal Stone Cooperative Gallery is that of a nearly seven foot tall tree. It is crafted from clay with branches and twigs. Following the Mexican Huichol Indian tradition, the clay is then wound in a yarn pattern giving it texture and life. The yarn, in this case, is an off-white color. This gives it the appearance of the majestic bleached trees of the forests that stand in memory of their past life. Roosting on the branches are white ghosts of ravens past, indeed, a dramatic and powerful exhibit. Lisa Kraemer was guest artist for the months of April and May starting a tradition of guest artists in the gallery’s new home at 15 South J. Street in Downtown Lake Worth, FL.
Albino Ravens- life imitating art?
And finally, since this is Memorial Day Weekend, meet my brother:
Parris Island, Graduation Weekend 1968, the last time I saw him.
(I wonder what happened to the rest of these boys)